I’m working on a shared board (Just within our team) that is Extremely slow. I can barely work on it at all. I found out that it was much more responsive in firefox. I had tried Edge, Chrome, and Safari (on a different machine, but that one is old with poor specs).
It’s especially bad if I pan up to a certain section. I didn’t make 90% of it. But I wondered if there was a way to identify what is causing the biggest slow downs. And I just realized that I can no longer right click On objects. I closed and reopened and it was fine. But I created a quick test sticky note and that is no longer there either.
So it seems once it starts hanging, I have to close it and exit. It was only at about 3.5GB memory though, and I have 16 with nothing else running except teams and outlook.
It definitely just seems like there are a few items that are causing the board to be really slow, but there’s not a good way for me to know. Right click > Info on something just tells you who it was created by, when, and when it was last modified. It doesn’t tell you something like how big it is. Maybe someone uploaded something just Huge, or complex near the top and it worked fine when there were only a few items on the board, but now just kills my system? I don’t know. I haven’t really liked miro that much because it always seems like once you get quite a few people on it, it ends up being a dumping ground for ideas and then you can’t use the board once there are too many objects. And odd things slow it down? Someone told me there is a character limit? But it doesn’t apply to sticky notes or comments? But also comments make the board slow? No idea, just seems like a bad experience to me, but I always come in after the boards are pretty large.